Barium acetate is generally produced by the reaction of acetic acid with barium carbonate. It has also been used to It has acted as cationization agent for sensitive multiple reaction monitoring of plasma free fatty acid profiling in a fish oil human intervention. Barium acetate has been used in the process of titrating sulfates of quinine and quinidine in nonaqueous conditions. Electrophoresis in the presence of barium acetate has analytically and preparatively separate glycosaminoglycans. It has been documented to induce severe cardiac disrhythmia from ingestion.
1. Wessler, E. 1968. Anal. Biochem. 26: 439-444. PMID: 5716194 2. Soliman, S.A., et al. 1976. J Pharm Sci. 65: 424-427. PMID: 1263094 3. Tenenbein, M. 1985. Pediatr Emerg Care. 1: 34-36. PMID: 3843427 4. Zehethofer, N., et al. 2008. Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom. 22: 2125-2133. PMID: 18523974
Soluble in water (720 mg/ml at 20° C). Insoluble in alcohol.
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117.1° C at 760 mmHg (Predicted)
2.47 g/cm3 at 20° C
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Sorry I have to ask this question, but I am not a chemist!!! I have both acetic acid and barium carbonate. What is the correct ratio or acetic acid to the barium carbonate to create barium acetate? Thanks so much!
Asked by: kadie
Thank you for your question. We can not advise you on your specific question. The product that we sell is barium acetate. The ratio of barium to acetate in the compound is 1 to 2.
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Date published: 2017-10-26
Hello please i need your help. I do not know how I can prepare a 0.05M bayum acetate buffer for GAG electrophoresis. thank you so much
Asked by: lahbib fayzi
Thank you for your question. We recommend to dissolve barium acetate into water and/or ethanol to the desired concentration. The exact composition of a buffer solution can vary depending on the experiment.
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Zehethofer et alZehethofer et al. (PubMed ID 18523974) used Barium acetate as a cationization agent in the positive ion mode for sensitive multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) experiments. -SCBT Publication Review
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